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Reflection
  • Artist: Mike Doolin
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501131001
  • Item #: SRD113100
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 4/21/2009
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Reflection on CD

Mike Doolin has performed with such Northwest mainstays as Mel Brown, Mitzi Zilka, Larhonda Steel, Gary Ogan, Margo Tufo, Nancy Conescu, Body and Soul, and Soul Vaccination. His recording credits include Obo Addy's 'Wonchi Bi', Timothy Bryson's 'Playground' and The Flying Stickley's 'Behind the Hangar'. Mike is also an internationally respected guitar maker, having built instruments for recording artists Muriel Anderson, John Stowell, Justin King and Nancy Conescu. David Martin was born in Toledo, OH and grew up in Charleston, WV. He graduated from Capital University's Conservatory of Music in Columbus, OH. He is a composer, arranger, teacher, and performer. He played in the Columbus area for several years then moved to Minneapolis, MN and lived there most of the last 20 years. He had his own jazz trio and also played in Puro Cubano, Beira Mar Brasil, Proyecto La Plena, Latin Sounds Orchestra, Salsa Del Soul and Havana Hi-Fi. He accompanies many local jazz vocalists. He and Brazilian musician Robert Everest teamed up for the CD 'Trio Daviola'. He was also a participant on on the CD 'Smokin' Cuban Jazz' sold nationwide at Target stores.He moved to Portland, OR in 2008 where he and Mike Doolin teamed up for the CD 'Reflection', and played with various bands such as LaRhonda Steele, The Chris Baum Project and Sumo. And has been back in Minneapolis since Sept. 2010.